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|05-18-2012 03:39 AM||
Ridgid JP06101 infeed/outfeed tables not coplanar - 11 replies
I have been using my JP06101 for a couple years now and was trying to edge joint a 4’ board. The result was a convex “belly” edge. I grabbed my Veritas straight-edge and began checking my infeed/outfeed table alignment. Unfortunately, the tip of the infeed table is lower and not coplanar than the surface at the blade. A ...
|02-02-2012 08:03 PM||
Mulling Over My Mulberry - 6 replies
I was fortunate to acquire a log from a mulberry tree from a friend yesterday. It’s not huge but it appears to have great potential with what looks like several small Burls. I have never worked mulberry before nor have I had the opportunity to work fresh Burls so I am eager to start playing. So that leads to my question…how would ...
|03-16-2010 11:04 PM||
Tolerance level for jointed thin stock? - 6 replies
I have been designing a Greene & Greene influenced ceiling light fixture for my kitchen to replace the cheap ‘80s aluminum frame. For this project, I am trying to avoid making it bulky by using thinner stock (1/4”) in most places. However, I find myself getting rather frustrated because after jointing an edge then milling to th...